Winemaking is conducted with fermentation at a controlled temperature of 82 degrees F with the addition of selected yeasts for only 5 days in order to extract color, and only the softest and smoothest part of the tannins. The Teroldego undergoes aging for 3 months in oak barrels, while the Marzemino ages in stainless steel.
Sonoroso Velvet comes from a selection of the most mature Teroldego Rotaliano and Marzemino grapes. The Marzemino softens the wine making it velvety and smooth.
Teroldego imparts notes of red currant, blackberry and blueberry with hints of red cherry from Marzemino. A touch of vanilla is present from time in oak.
Full body with soft, velvety tannins.
Pairs perfectly with grilled red and white meats, but also enjoyable on its own.